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Middle School Students Participate in JA Inspire
EMS students participate in a nuts and bolts demonstration. EMS students participate in a nuts and bolts demonstration. EMS students listen intently to a speaker. A metaphorical light bulb above EMS students as they learn from business professionals during JA Inspire. Eastside Middle School students listen to business professionals. Examining the ratio of tomato paste vs. water to create tomato sauce. Bullitt Lick Middle School students make sauce from tomato paste. Bullitt Lick Middle School students make sauce from tomato paste. Paradise Foods allowed students to adorn gowns and caps to make tomato sauce. The Kentucky Kingdom exhibit had information about job opportunities. Zoneton Middle School students listen to professional fire fighters. Bernheim Middle School students listen to health professionals. Medical professionals led Mt. Washington Middle School students through hands-on demonstrations. JA Inspire required students to carry work booklets and interact with officials. Mt. Washington Middle School students spent a few moments walking through the AmeriHeart. KentuckyOne Healthe sponsored the AmeriHeart interactive exhibit. Class Act Community Federal Credit Union allowed students to play a money game. Bernheim students stood in front of a green screen used by TV stations for weather forecasts. The event was held at the Kentucky Exposition Center and featured over 100 representatives from business, civic, health, manufacturing and community agencies. Middle school eighth grade students from Bernheim, Bullitt Lick, Eastside, Hebron, Mt. Washington and Zoneton participated in Junior Achievement JA Inspire